Diabetes has a high incidence rate among South Asians from India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. South Asians are three to five times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than most Canadians.
Diabetes is a problem with the body’s insulin production or use. Usually when we eat carbohydrates they are turned into glucose (or sugar) and used by the body for energy. Carbohydrates are found in fruit, starchy vegetables, milk, and grain products. Insulin helps the body use glucose by helping it enter the body’s tissues. With diabetes, the body’s insulin is not working properly and blood glucose levels rise. If left unchecked, the build-up of glucose may eventually damage organs including the eyes, kidneys, nerves or heart. By maintaining healthy blood glucose levels, people with diabetes can live long and healthy lives.
Chana Jor Garam
Our recipe is made extra flavourful with the addition of Kraft Extra Virgin Olive Oil Sun-Dried Tomato dressing.
Nimbu Pani (Lemonade)
Kraft Extra Virgin Olive Oil Sun-Dried Tomato Dressing pairs well with the spices and delicate flavours of Haddock.
Sesame Bhindi Masala
This recipe is traditionally made with ground sesame seeds. Kraft Asian Sesame Dressing provides a great shortcut and authentic flavour.
Tangra Fish Curry
Add some liveliness to your typical fish curry recipe, by adding a fine blend of popular masalas.
Hari Chutney Chicken Skewers
Looking for a new marinade that takes ordinary grilled chicken to a new level? Here's a quick and imaginative way to make your next BBQ a real treat for the senses.
Malabar Coconut Shrimp
From the heart of the Malabar Coast comes the inspiration for this truly awe inspiring dish. Preparing it the traditional way is quite time consuming. This delicious updated version takes just 30 minutes.
Peshawari Chapli Kabab
Named after a lady’s slipper, this popular kabab originated in the Mardan and Mansehra regions of Pakistan. This version takes a short-cut with Stove Top Stuffing Mix which makes them super easy to prepare.